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Registrations now open for this Thursday's CM
Good morning people! It's that time of the month again on a Thursday this time and at our new venue The Commons in Collingwood.
We are very excited to have the filmmaker, artist and activist Peter Drew joining us this month on the theme of compassion. You most likely would have seen Peter's work or heard about his thought-provoking work that is installed on city streets.
Peter will be chatting to us on why compassion fails - why you need to learn to think like the people who disagree with you. We are looking forward to seeing you all there!
To register for Thursday's event, click here!
Doors open at 8 am
Coffee + Mingling until 8:30 am
Peter speaking from 8:30 – 9:00 am
Please note! Due to limited spaces,
***we kindly ask that you only register for a seat if you are confident you can attend***
If you cannot attend and need to cancel your registration, you can find the relevant link in your confirmation email.
Peter Drew was born in 1983 in Adelaide. He holds a Masters Degree from the Glasgow School of Art. His artworks have been exhibited at the Art Gallery of South Australia and the National Gallery of Australia, though his most prominent work is installed on city streets.
“I like to exhibit my art on the street because public space is a great equaliser, and it’s also an ancient forum. When you address the public through the street you’re entering into a tradition that emphasises our fundamental freedom of expression, over the value of property... I enjoy examining our collective identities and my aim is always to emphasize the connections that bind up, rather than the fractures that divide us.”